Heritage Riding and their 33 School Master Horses cater for all Levels of riders from the complete beginner to the competition rider, competing in Dressage, Showjumping and Eventing.
It does not matter if you are a “first timer “or you have ridden previously as a junior and would like to start riding again, we have a Horse and Instructor that will suit your needs. Horse riding is one of the few sports you can do as a youngster and then return to later in life as a adult!
Or maybe if you would like to get more competitive with your skills and ride and train on your own horse, or one of our very well educated FEI Schoolmaster Dressage or Jumping Horses, check out all our options by clicking on our TRAINING Page.
No matter what level of rider, our aim is to give the rider a SAFE and enjoyable experience with one of our very Qualified Instructors.
Our lessons are generally 30, 40 or 60 minutes in duration and all riders are given a “Assessment Lesson” on their first visit to assess the best way to progress with a program thereafter. Many of our clients ride once a week, or up to 5 times a week depending on their training aspirations.
All Riders are placed into a group lesson of between 2-6 riders according to their Level, and this allows individuals to benefit from social interaction and learn from others in the group in a supportive environment. Private lessons are only conducted when the Pupil/ Horse need more “one on one” attention.
Whatever your goal or motivation to learn or improve your skill’s, we at Heritage Riding believe the following factors give individuals the opportunity to:
- Interact safely with a large animal as well as providing engagement with nature and the outdoors.
- Improve fitness and co-ordination. Riding requires the use of all muscle groups.
- Develop relationships/friendships with other like-minded riders in a supportive environment.
Our aim is to provide a safe and enjoyable learning experience. For further information, please contact Rob at Heritage Riding on 07 3206 3951 to discuss.